Mosaic to Build World-Class Resort on Reclaimed Land
Global English [ Change Region ]

Mosaic to Build World-Class Resort on Reclaimed Land

 
November 17, 2010   |   ShareThis

Mosaic had the unique opportunity to take a large parcel in Florida’s heartland and develop the property to maximize the natural attributes of the land. It is taking advantage of the undulating hills, dunes, dramatic contours and lakes created during the mining process to build two highly-distinctive 18-hole golf courses. The goal is to offer an authentic central Florida experience along with the amenities that meeting planners and guests expect in a first-class resort.

Streamsong’s plans include:

  • Approximately 140 guest rooms in the main resort facility (with the potential to expand to more than 200 rooms)
  • Five villas, each with four private guest rooms adjoining a common gathering area
  • More than 20,000 square feet of meeting space
  • Three restaurants and two lounge areas
  • A full-service spa
  • Personal enrichment classes and programs
  • Indoor and outdoor swimming pools
  • Unparalleled Florida bass fishing
  • A sporting clays range
  • Outdoor activities such as croquet, birding tours, hiking and nature trails
  • Two 18-hole golf courses designed by renowned architects Tom Doak of Renaissance Golf Design and Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw of Coore & Crenshaw

Following critically-acclaimed successes in Oregon and Tasmania, Australia, Streamsong will represent the third location in the world where architecturally-relevant venues have been created by both the Coore-Crenshaw and Doak design teams. Construction of the two golf courses began in mid-2010, and they are expected to be available for limited play in mid- to late-2012. Construction of the resort is expected to begin in the first quarter of 2012 and be completed in fall 2013.

While many of Mosaic’s former mining areas have been reclaimed for public recreational or environmental use in the past, Streamsong will showcase the natural beauty as well as the commercial viability of reclaimed land. For more information, visit http://www.streamsongresort.com.

Home page image is an architect’s rendering depicting what the new Streamsong resort, conference center and golf club may look like once it is completed in the fall of 2013.